Newmark Hotels, one of South Africa’s growing hotel management groups, proudly announces another new comer into their increasingly diversified portfolio: Coral Lodge 15.41 in Mozambique.
“It’s not about expansion for the sake of expansion; it has been our mission to find the right hotels and resorts that complement our portfolio and ethos. Without a doubt Coral Lodge adds great depth to our expanding portfolio,” says Neil Markovitz, Managing Director of Newmark Hotels.
Built on a privately-owned peninsula reserve, Varanda, Coral Lodge is located near Mozambique’s only UNESCO World Heritage Site, Ilha de Mozambique.
Guests at Coral Lodge are able to explore the former Mozambican capital and uncover over a century of history when visiting Vasco de Gama’s previous residence and exploring the colonial buildings and even the San Sebastiao Fort (1558 AD) which can be seen from the lodge itself.
The local Macua people of northern Mozambique will share the stories of the city’s controversial history from the days that it was an important stop on the ancient Indian trade route.
For more information visit www.newmarkhotels.com.